This course was really interesting and did a good job introducing complicated topics in usefully simplified form. It was a pleasure to listen to the instructor and I got everything I wanted out of it.
I have not found an easy way to learn how to code with python language. Mentor are really helpful and Dr Chuck is one of the most self explain professor that I have met in my three university career.
by Supratik C•
I felt like the code involved a lot of boilerplates which were not explained properly, and I experience some of the concepts to go over my head.
this course was unlike the previous 2 courses by Dr. Chuck.
Dr. Chuck is amazing and engaging instructor but for this particular course I felt a little more time should have been spent on some of the topics
by Andrea V•
Professor is good and funny, and subject is interesting, but that's all. Very basic course, very easy to follow and not at all challenging. Also (maybe because being that easy), peer review is compromised by people who doesn't really know what they're doing there, with comments that were clearly made without any knowledge about the subject.
by Daniel T•
I felt that more practical examples were needed. I struggled getting the exercises done. Even when I completed them it didn't feel like I knew what I was doing - more like "ok it is working now, don't touch it" feeling is what I felt. I understand one might say, the canned reply of "that is how programming is" but this one felt different.
by Nigel P•
I'm abandoning this course because if it's reliance on urllib. This library isn't supported my environment (Anaconda) and the alternative, urllib3, is too different. I've attempted to work around this limitation with 'requests' but this only got me so far.
IMHO this course should be re-written using the more modern requests module.
by Amit G•
3 years back this might be a good course but there is a lot that needs to be updated. There has to be less beating around the bush, off point stories and more to the point facts. The assignments are so easy that you just tweak a line or 2 in the given code and it's done. The final assignment was like adding 1 print statement only.
by Akshay D•
The professor didn't take enough examples and it was quite difficult to understand the concepts. The whole course was very difficult to understand as basics were not covered properly. The course says Python for everybody but i don't think so, its for those who have some prior knowledge in html and web developing. VERY DISAPPOINTED
by Aaron P•
This course needs to improve insights from the online tutors in the discussion boards. It took me over a month to complete the final assignment of this course, which I had to pay for. If I would have better insights in the discussion boards, it would have saved me a lot of time and money.
by Sze W T•
a bit difficult since week4the lessons seem to be a bit rush as so many details were not be explained, it caused me confused a lot on why the code should be written in that way or how would the code turns out to be. I wish the assignment could be more practical as well.
by Amal A A•
I think it was so hard to learn and do this course .
but I am glad to finish it ,and I will study it again to make sure that I am good with it .
صراحة كان صعب مرة خصوصاً مع عدم وجود ترجمة لكن اعتقد ان صار عندي اساس استطيع بناء عليه مسيرتي البرمجية فأنا ممتنة جداَ.
by Haris A•
Extremely useless. Subtle assignments which require just a little bit of tweaking. Sudden change of concepts and difficulty compared to the previous course and definitely doesn't live up to the name, "Python For Everybody".
by Benjamin B•
For the third Course in the Python specialisation this is a very basic 6 weeks. The assignments are repetitive and you are pretty much spoon fed everything. If you are looking for a challenging course this is not for you!
by Kay W•
The knowledge is distributed very sparse in these courses. The lecturer often repeats himself or goes off the topic, which makes several videos just a waste of time, since they do not give the information they promised.
by Ahmad H•
I felt lost with this course. it was extremely interesting content and probably well explained, but its very hard to keep up to content, its too much of new info, with less context for each piece of new information.
by Colorado M•
Please provide information about how to use Python3 on a Chromebook! The assignments were very hard for me to do, since the Python app I downloaded didn't recognize most of the commands, such as BeautifulSoup!
by technohub m•
i wanted to do web page classification using python. how do I solve this problem with this programming skill?
take one web page recommendation engine course to find relevant pages only
by Halemo G•
It wasn't so professional course . All you should to to complete the assignment is to copy the sample code , change a piece of it then congratulations you finished the assignment
by Ratul C•
Course Structure & lecture material is pathetic when compared to assignments.I knew python before still I need to struggle in some cases,for a beginner the course is useless
by Parvathy V•
very high level and difficult for students who are not that familiar with API .
Assignments can be completed but the understanding is not thorough
by Selina M•
This course is not for "everybody". Too difficult for beginners!
The lecture videos teach you how to do algebra, and the hw assignments are calculus-level questions!
by Justin D•
The course (and specialization) started out well, but by the end way too many things are being introduced before the student (me) has really mastered Python.
by Jeffrey B•
This course strayed too far from its origins. Yes, this course contains topics that are nice-to-know, but they are by no means essential or useful.
by Ayush B•
Didn't meet my expectations. The course is pretty shallow in terms of depth. The assignments are not sufficient at all. Disappointed.
by John P•
The first few weeks were fine but afterwards the assignments were too difficult for me to complete and it will badly effect my score
by Kuldeep M•
Course doesn't offer complete knowledge nor includes many real world application examples
by Deepak K•
Explanations could have been more clear. More focus was required on urllib and parsing.